social cohesion

social cohesion

the integration of group behaviour as a result of social bonds, attractions, or ‘forces’ that hold members of a group in interaction over a period of time. see also SOCIAL SOLIDARITY.
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Social cohesion and peaceful coexistence demands adherence to the core constitutional values of respect, acceptance and rule of law.
He is delegated by the President the responsibility of facilitating social cohesion initiatives.
In their addresses, the speakers said such engagement offers a seed of hope for a sustainable social cohesion and a healthier and vibrant society.
The second most essential principle of democracy is pluralism, which means equal citizenry without any room of discrimination on the basis of color, cast, creed or gender, or for discriminatory attitudes in the society that are detrimental to the social cohesion.
Wali expressed appreciation for the ambassador visit to the state briefed him on the state geographical position , social components, religious tolerance and peaceful co-existence between all social categories in addition to stability and social cohesion the North Kordofan enjoys.
ISLAMABAD -- Speakers at the concluding ceremony of a three-day summer camp on Friday maintained that interfaith engagement offers a seed of hope for a sustainable social cohesion and a healthier and vibrant civil society.
LAHORE -- Bargad completed two five-day workshops for students from different institutions on management and leadership skills and enhancing their thematic understanding about social cohesion and youth development.
Lonely elderly people in an aging society, the unemployed in the new Fourth Industrial Revolution, those who feel left behind by globalization: all are symptomatic of growing social discontent and a lack of social cohesion. This lack of cohesion seems to be hindering political and economic stability even among developed nations.
He said that across the board accountability of indiscriminate nature was key to uphold rule of law and strengthen social cohesion.
THERESA May's latest excuse for not taking any suggestions from her opponents regarding Brexit is that she fears any deviation from her cunning plan - whatever it is - may lead to a breakdown in "social cohesion".
Therefore, it launched the campaign titled AIK - Better Together to re-invigorate a sense of social cohesion amongst Pakistanis beyond religious divides.